This is an example of an artist's Najash rionegrina found in the hills of the Kokorkom desert along the North Patagonia during the Late Cretaceous period. The snake is wrapped around its hind legs on the remains of a jaw bone from a small charcharodontosaurid dinosaur.
University of South Carolina archaeologist Christopher Moore (second from right) and colleagues have collected core samples from White Pond near Elgin, South Carolina, to look for evidence of the effect of an asteroid or comet that may have led to the depletion of large ice age animals. like saber-cats, giant nests and mastodons.
Core samples from White Pond, near Elgin, South Carolina, show platinum spikes and soot evidence of an effect from an asteroid or comet.
Like the Sosnogorsk lagoon, according to the artist, appeared 372 million years ago just before a deadly storm. The newly discovered tetrapod can be seen on the left side of the image below the surface.
Bronze items from a river in northern Germany show an ancient toolkit of the Bronze Age warrior.
Mold pigs are a newly discovered family, genus and microinvertebrate species that lived 30 million years ago.
Ferrodraco lentoni was a pterosaur or “flying lizard 96 that lived among dinosaurs 96 million years ago. The fossil was found in Australia.
These Late Bronze Age feeding vessels were probably used for infants drinking animal milk.
This is the first description of what mysterious ancient people call Denisovans, the sister group of the Neanderthals. This image shows a young female Denisovan reconstructed according to DNA methylation maps. Art was created by Maayan Harel.
Researchers found a fossil of one of the oldest bird species in New Zealand. While their grandchildren were giant seabirds, he flew shorter distances to this little horse.
A painting shows a new giant salamander named Andrias sligoi, the largest amphibian in the world.
After her discovery in 2013, Victoria's 66-million-year-old fossilized skeleton was restored bone by bone. It is the second most complete T. rex fossil in the record.
An artist's drawing shows that, unlike modern kangaroos, an old "short faced" kangaroo called Simosthenurus occidentalis appears. The skull looks more like a koala.
One of the largest flying animals in the Cretaceous period, showing an artist's picture of Cryodrakon. Although the researchers do not know the color of Cryodrakon's feathers, the colors shown here honor Canada's fossil.
A graphical thermal image of T. glows to the skull with a dorsotemporal fenestra.
An entire skull belonging to an early human ancestor was found in Ethiopia. In addition to the one hundred million reconstructions here, a composition of 3.8 million years of Australopithecus anamensis kranium is seen.
The ruins of the tomb IIIN199, located under Prague Castle in 1928, belong to a 10th-century man. His identity has been the subject of great controversy for years.
In Morocco, a fossil of a vertebrae of the type stegosaurus has been discovered. Researchers say they represent the oldest stegosaurus found.
The La Chapelle-aux-Saints Neanderthal skull shows signs of external auditory exostosis in the left canal, known as the "surfer's ear".
The Fincha Habera rock shelter in the Balinese Mountains of Ethiopia served as the home of prehistoric hunter-gatherers.
The world's largest parrot, Heracles inexpectatus, lived in New Zealand 19 million years ago. He was more than 3 meters tall and weighed more than 15 kilos.
Saber-toothed cats, scary wolves and coyotes had different prey patterns, according to a new study of hunter fossils found in La Brea Tar Pits.
Researchers found 83 tiny glass spheres in a fossil oyster in a Florida quarry. Tests show that they are evidence of one or more undocumented meteorite effects in Florida's distant past.
This primitive dinosaur had a wide W-shaped jaw and a solid boned hill resembling a humpback nose.
It is an example of a Microraptor because it swallowed a lizard during the Cretaceous period. Microraptor and well-preserved fossils of the lizard were both found and discovered to be a previously unknown species.
The back of a skull found in a Greek cave dates back 210,000 years. Right, known as Apidima 1, the researchers managed to scan and recreate (middle and left). The rounded shape of Apidima 1 is a unique feature of modern people and contrasts sharply with Neanderthals and their ancestors.
A 33,000-year-old human skull shows evidence that he was shot by a club-like object. The guy has a big depression fracture on the right side of his head.
Recently discovered, the fossilized femur of an old giant bird revealed that it was as heavy as an adult polar bear and could reach 11 meters tall. He lived between 1.5 million and 2 million years.
This jawbone belonged to a Neanderthal girl who lived 120,000 years ago. Found in Scladina Cave in Belgium.
This newly discovered dinosaur species is an example of Fostoria dhimbangunmal.
Radiocarbon dating revealed that the Iron Age wooden shield was built between 395 and 255 BC.
The incredibly well-preserved fossil of a 3-million-year-old extinct field mouse in Germany, 3 inches long, found red pigment on its fur.
A mass grave dating back 5,000 years in Poland includes 15 people, all from the same extended family.
This is the impression of Ambopteryx longibrachium, one of the two dinosaurs known to be the membranous wing of the artist. Fossilized remains of the dinosaur were found in Liaoning in northeastern China in 2017.
Reconstruction of a small tyrannosauroid Susquityrannus hazelae from the Late Cretaceous.
Researchers have been studying the fossils of Archeopteryx for 150 years, but new X-ray data suggest that the bird-like dinosaur might be an “active brochure..
A 160,000-year-old Denisovan jaw bone in a cave on the Tibetan Plateau is the first evidence of the existence of this former group of people outside the Denisova Cave in Siberia.
An artist's picture of Simbakubwa kutokaafrika, a giant carnivore that lived 23 million years ago. It is known from most fossils of the jaw, parts of the skull and parts of the skeleton. It was an extinct mammal carnivore group today and a hyaenodont larger than today's polar bear.
Homo luzonensis right upper teeth of newly discovered species. Teeth are smaller and simpler than those of other Homo species.
High and war-wounded "Scotty" is the world's largest Tyrannosaurus rex and the largest dinosaur skeleton ever found in Canada.
Researchers have discovered unknown species in the Qingjiang fossil field on the banks of the Danshui River near the junction with the Qingjiang River in Hubei Province, China.
In a study of the former Iberian population, the remains of a man and woman buried in a Spanish Bronze Age region, Castillejo de Bonete, showed that she was local and that the man's latest ancestors came from Central Europe.
Durrington Walls is a Late Neolithic henge district in Wiltshire. The pig bones gathered in the field revealed that humans and animals traveled hundreds of kilometers for banquet and celebration.
An artist's flock of Galleonosaurus dorisae, 125 million years ago, flock on a riverbank in the Australian-Antarctic cleft valley during the Early Cretaceous.
In Peru, in an area that was once part of the Chimú state culture, the remains of 137 children and 200 llama were found at the peak of power in the 15th century. They may have been victimized by floods and floods.
27,000 years ago, the female of a huge extinct land contact in Belize revealed that the region was dry rather than the forest today.
An example of an artist showing how little tyrannosaur Moros intrepidus looked like 96 million years ago. These little hunters would eventually become Tyrannosaurus rex.
Samples of tools produced from monkey bones and teeth from the Late Pleistocene layers of the Fa-Hien Lena Cave in Sri Lanka show that early humans used complex techniques to hunt monkeys and squirrels.
Footprints of Neanderthals were found in the Dune of Catalonia Bay.
Two of the fossil specimens found in Korea had reflective eyes, a feature still visible in the light.
An artist's Mnyamawamtuka moyowamkia is a long-necked titanosaur from the Middle Cretaceous, recently found in Tanzania. Its tail spine has a unique heart shape that contributes to its name. In Swahili, the name is "Mtuka animal with a heart-shaped tail".
The oldest evidence of mobility was 2.1 billion years old and was found in Gabon. Tubes discovered in black shales are filled with pyrite crystals produced by bacterial transformation of biological tissue in the layers of clay tissue.
More recently, researchers have studied climate change in Greenland, as it was the time of the Vikings. Using lake sediment cores, they discovered that it was warmer than previously believed. Nowadays, Qassiarsuk has worked in a number of fields, including the 21st century reproduction of Thjodhild's church on the property of Red Plum, known as Brattahlíð in Greenland.
This is an artist's painting of Antarctica 250 million years ago. Antarctanax shackletoni, a newly discovered relative of dinosaurs, revealed that reptiles lived after mass extinctions among various wildlife in Antarctica.
The bone points and perforated teeth in the Denisova Cave belong to the Early Upper Palaeolithic Period. A new study formed the timeline of the cave and harbored the first known people as early as 300,000 years.
His drawing shows a marine reptile, similar to a platypus hunting at dusk. This duckling animal is probably the first reptile to have small eyes for the prey of other senses, such as the tactile sensation of duck hunting.
Although difficult to investigate, researchers found the spots of the lapis lazuli pigment called ultramarine in the dental plaques of the lower jaw of a middle-aged woman.
A Neanderthal fossil, left and a modern human skeleton. Neanderthals are generally considered to have a higher incidence of trauma compared to modern humans, but a recent study reveals that head trauma is consistent for both.
Borneo, the world's oldest figurative work, 40,000 years ago, people lived on what was now known as the third largest island in the world.
The female of a 250,000-year-old Neanderthal child has an unprecedented record of birth, nursing, disease and lead exposure during the first three years of life.
An artist's drawing shows giant night elephant birds wandering through Madagascar's old forests at night. A new study shows that currently extinct birds are blind at night.
Kebara 2 is the most complete Neanderthal fossil to date. Other Neanderthal remains have been discovered in Israel's Kebara Cave.
The oldest intact shipwreck in the world was discovered by a research team in the Black Sea. A Greek merchant ship dating back to 400 BC. The ship was explored and digitally mapped by two remote underwater vehicles.
This fossil represents a new piranha-like fish with sharp, sharp teeth from the Jurassic period. It probably feeds on the fins of other fish.
Young Diplodocus's fossil skull, known as Andrew, held by Cary Woodruff is director of paleontology at the Great Plains Dinosaur Museum.
Two small bones from the Ciemna Cave in Poland are the oldest human remains in the country. The condition of the bones indicates that the child was eaten by a large bird.
This artist's illustration depicts the newly discovered dinosaur species Ledumahadi mafube searching for food in the Early Jurassic of South Africa. Another South African dinosaur, Heterodontosaurus, can be seen in the foreground.
A 73,000-year-old red cross pattern was drawn to the silicite layer in a cave in South Africa where sand and gravel cement were formed.
Typical Danilo ware used to hold meat, milk, cheese and yogurt, and a Middle Neolithic pottery set containing figulina and rita.
These four dinosaurs show the evolution of the alvarezsaurs. From the left, Haplocheirus, Xiyunykus, Bannykus and Shuvuuia show elongation of the jaws, reduced teeth and changes in the hands and arms.
Eorhynchochelys sinensis is an early turtle that lived 228 million years ago. He had a toothless beak, but no shell.
The leg bones of a 7-year-old boy who were exhumed from an old Roman cemetery show bends and deformations related to rickets.
The famous Easter Island statues, called Moai, were all body figures originally covered in time. They represented the important ancestors of Rapa Nui and were carved after a population was established on the island 900 years ago.
Researchers are standing at the excavation site of Aubrey Hole 7, where human remains are collected in Stonehenge for examination. New research shows that 40% of 25 people buried in Stonehenge are not there – but they probably carried stones from west Wales and helped build them.
The fossil of the newly discovered armored dinosaur Akainacephalus johnsoni was found in southern Utah.
The foot is part of a 3.32 million-year-old skeleton of an Australopithecus afarensis child named Selam.
According to a new study, the extinction of dinosaurs has caused the asteroid effect to destroy global forests. This illustration shows one of several land-dwelling birds that survived the toxic environment and mass extinction.
The remains of a butchered rhinoceros help researchers to date as early as humans reach the Philippines. At the Kalinga archaeological site on the island of Luzon, 13 of their bones were cut, and they found a 75% skeleton of a clearly cut rhinoceros showing the areas where the bone was pulled to release the bone.
This is just one of the 26 people involved in Sweden's fifth-century massacre on the island of Oland. It was found that this adolescent was lying next to him and that it revealed a slower death. The other skeletons found in the houses and streets of the modesty in Sandby Borg show signs of sudden death by hitting the head.
The skeleton and fetus of a young woman were found in a brick coffin dating back to medieval Italy. The skull shows an example of brain surgery and the child was extruded with a rare "coffin born" after death.
This part of a whale skull was found at the Calaveras Dam construction site in California and at least 19 others. Some of the pieces are 3 meters long.
A Stone Age cow skull shows trepanation, a hole created by humans as a surgical intervention or experiment.
On the left is a fossilized skull of our homin ancestor, Homo heidelbergensis, who lived 200,000 to 600,000 years ago. There's a modern human skull on the right. Hominins made their eyebrows distinctive, but modern people developed mobile eyebrows as their facial shapes shrank.
On the left is a 13,000-year-old footprint found in sediments on Calvert Island on the Canadian Pacific coast. A digitally enhanced image on the right showing details of the area it occupies.
A central platform in Star Carr, North Yorkshire, England, was excavated by a research team investigating past climate change events in the Middle Stone Age area. The Star Carr site is home to the oldest carpentry in Europe and evidence of British structures.
This wall with pictures is in the cave of La Pasiega in Spain. The stair shape of the red horizontal and vertical lines is older than 64,000 years and was built by the Neanderthals.
These perforated shells were found in the Cueva de los Aviones sea cave in Spain, dating back 115,000 to 120,000 years. Researchers believe they serve as body ornaments for the Neanderthals.
Out of Africa, the oldest and most modern human fossil ever found was found in Israel. This shows that modern people abandoned Africa at least 50,000 years ago than previously believed. The upper jawbone with several teeth was found in a prehistoric cave site.
This is a structure excavated at the northern end of the Grand Plaza in Teposcolula-Yucundaa in Oaxaca, Mexico. Researchers investigated the "pest" cemetery associated with the devastating 1545-1550 outbreak. The new analysis shows that salmonella causes an outbreak of typhoid fever.
At about 4 meters high, the early human ancestor, Paranthropus boisei, had a small brain and a large, bowl-like face. It is best known for having large teeth and heavy chewing muscles.